Defining Racism: Can We Talk

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These were some of my favorite readings so far that we had been required to read through. They were very enlightening and provided many great perspectives and stories from white and minority people alike. The three readings I enjoyed the most are Defining Racism: “Can We Talk?” by Beverly Daniel Tatum, Color-Blind Racism by Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, and Smells Like Racism by Rita Chaudhry Sethi. What I liked about Bonilla-Silva’s piece is the quotes taken from the white privilege. They show a perspective that is sadly so racist and blind to the fact that they, in fact, have privileges non-whites do not. What saddened me further is that at one time I may have had some of these opinions. One person talks about how segregation is just a natural

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